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Michael Vince Advanced Language Practice 1994

Michael Vince Advanced Language Practice 1994

Michael Vince is a British author and teacher who has written several books on English language learning and teaching. One of his most popular and influential books is Advanced Language Practice, which was published by Heinemann in 1994. This book is designed to help students prepare for the Cambridge Advanced English (CAE) examination, as well as to improve their general proficiency in English.

The book consists of 30 units, each covering a different aspect of grammar, vocabulary, or language skills. The units are organized into three sections: Grammar, Vocabulary, and Skills. Each unit has a clear explanation of the rules and concepts, followed by a variety of exercises and activities to practice and consolidate the learning. The book also includes a key with answers and explanations, as well as appendices with useful information such as irregular verbs, phrasal verbs, word formation, and pronunciation.

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The book is suitable for both self-study and classroom use, as it provides ample opportunities for individual work, pair work, and group work. The book also encourages learners to reflect on their own progress and identify their strengths and weaknesses. The book is aimed at upper-intermediate to advanced learners of English, who have a level of B2 or higher according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Advanced Language Practice is widely regarded as one of the best books for CAE preparation, as it covers all the topics and skills that are tested in the exam. It also helps learners to develop their overall competence and confidence in using English in various contexts and situations. The book has received positive reviews from both teachers and students, who praise its clarity, comprehensiveness, and practicality.

If you are interested in learning more about the book or purchasing a copy, you can visit the following websites: [Google Books], [Internet Archive], or [].

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